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The Tricky, Terrifying, Tedious Work On A Tug Boat

A trip down the Snake and Columbia Rivers aboard one of the tugs that push barges of grain, wood chips, garbage and other payloads between Lewiston and Vancouver year-round.

Land use | Environment | Land | Animals | History | Agriculture | Forestry | Sustainability | Oregon Field Guide

Horse Logging At The Harmons

Oregon’s last horse logger and a family of foresters look to the future by carrying on a legacy of the past.

Land use | NW Life | Arts | local | Oregon Art Beat

Pacific Northwest Plein Air Invites Painters To Get Outside

The Pacific Northwest Plein Air painting event encourages artists to immerse themselves in the natural landscape

Land use | Environment | Sustainability | Energy | local | Oregon Field Guide

Dam Removals

In the past decade, several high-profile dam removals have happened in the Northwest.

Land use | Environment | Animals | Politics | Oregon Field Guide

Cormorant vs. Salmon

Thousands of cormorants are to be killed because they eat so many salmon.

Land use | Environment | Land | Fish & Wildlife | Oregon Field Guide

Wildlife Crossings Reduce Collisions And Save Lives

Oregon's first wildlife crossing saves lives of deer and drivers. Now ODOT plans another crossing.

Land use | Climate change | Environment | Water | Agriculture | World | Oregon Field Guide

Japan's Earthquake: Lessons For Oregon

Oregon Field Guide travels to Japan nearly four years after a devastating earthquake and tsunami decimated towns along the Japanese coast. We look for lessons Oregon can learn as we prepare for our own Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake and tsunami.

Land use | Fish & Wildlife | NW Life | Sports | Water | Oregon Field Guide

Ross Island: History & Present

Visit Ross Island, and find out why this new Portland park is not open to the public.

Land use | Environment | Water | Science | Sustainability | Fish & Wildlife | Oregon Field Guide

Lake Abert Dries Up

Oregon’s third largest lake dried up. Is more than drought to blame?